There are a range of ways you can get support during covid times and our online support groups are happening regularly for a range of people.
National support groups, wherever you live, exist for:
If you want to find a group close to home, visit our local support meetings page
In addition we are hosting
Check our listings below for dates, times and to book a place. Once you have booked, a confirmation and link details will be sent a few days in advance.
On the day, please log on a few minutes early to avoid technical problems as rooms are closed 10 minutes after the start to avoid disruption.
If you are new to our support groups and would like to join one in future and/or receive an alert when face to face meetings resume, please register on our online form
Have more questions about zoom support meetings? Read our zoom FAQs
In between meetings you may also like to access peer support via our online forum eCommunity open 24/7 and moderated between 8am and 8pm. A welcoming safe space to share lived experience.
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